Each person we come in contact with, we exchange energy without our knowledge. From the grocery store clerk, to the people we see at the gym, to your workout instructor, to your kids, and anyone in between.
Most of the time the energy we exchange is good, clean, and clear. For instance, you wouldn’t expect your grocery store clerk to start asking you personal, intimate questions.
Nor would most people you meet. The majority of people you come in contact with are there to perform a function like ring up your groceries and take payment for them, teach you how to do squats the right way, or help you find an item in the store.
There’s usually no residue, draining energy with these interactions. Sometimes, if the person is caring and compassionate, you’ll feel like you just received a warm hug.
Then there are other relationships with people who you’re close to. Usually these are clean and clear too if you have a good relationship and feel you can talk about your cares and worries with them.
But, there are also relationships where there’s judgment
It is judgment that creates conflict and leaves energy cords between two people. For instance, if you broke up with your boyfriend or girlfriend and still think about them, but their memory hurts rather than uplifts, then you have a negative energy cord.
Sometimes the memory is a positive one, but you feel disappointed because they never call you. Other times, you may believe they’re coming back, and wait, but feel hurt because that time never comes.
If you’re feeling negative about yourself, and/or the other person, you have energy cords that need to be cut.